LUCID DREAMING IS AMAZING!... or is it?

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James
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LUCID DREAMING IS AMAZING!... or is it?

Postby James » 30 Jan 2012 00:22

Ever since my discovery of lucid dreaming its been the only thing on my mind, but lately I have taken time to think about before I knew about it and how oblivious I was to this awsome concept.

Then I thaught that that moment could be happening right now.
Right
Now.

(It could be happening to you too, so feel free to browse this topic. I will likely list posts with new ideas (page, post) so that everyone can discover something new!)

There could be amazing things I need to discover, so I am asking of your help. Do you know ANY even moderatly cool things that I (and others) could try? Please post!

Thanks! :D

List of things I have discovered:
Lucid dreaming (duh!)
Improve memory (one of Rebecca's websites, can help with dream recall. Heres a link. http://www.improve-memory-skills.com/)
Naturally improve eyesight (throw away those glasses! Again, this is one of Rebecca's sites. Link: http://www.improve-vision-naturally.com/)

Thats it for now!
Was it worth it?

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Re: LUCID DREAMING IS AMAZING!... or is it?

Postby Worldenterer1 » 02 Feb 2012 00:18

AWSOME THOUGHT
Lucid Dream Count: 10
Normal Dream Count: 100+
Goal for next LD: Think with portals.

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Re: LUCID DREAMING IS AMAZING!... or is it?

Postby Jack Reacher » 02 Feb 2012 05:05

Drugs
"There is theoretical abstraction, and then there is true abstraction."

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Re: LUCID DREAMING IS AMAZING!... or is it?

Postby James » 02 Feb 2012 22:58

Jack Reacher wrote:Drugs

*sigh*
Was it worth it?

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Re: LUCID DREAMING IS AMAZING!... or is it?

Postby Jack Reacher » 03 Feb 2012 04:24

lol I wasn't being serious, but at the same time I thought I would never try drugs when i was young and they opened up a new world.

Anyway as for something else thats not really discussed much... im not too sure but maybe self hypnotism could be interesting? I never really looked into it.
"There is theoretical abstraction, and then there is true abstraction."

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Re: LUCID DREAMING IS AMAZING!... or is it?

Postby James » 04 Feb 2012 23:49

I think rebeccas done an article on that one... Not sure tho...
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Re: LUCID DREAMING IS AMAZING!... or is it?

Postby James » 11 Feb 2012 11:43

I think I heard somewhere that emotions are chemicals. For example, anxiety is usually produced near the stomach and think about adrenaline needles docters use during cardiac arrest.
But could we harness this? Like in a big emergancy when we are panicing could we produce confidence? What do you lot think...?
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Re: LUCID DREAMING IS AMAZING!... or is it?

Postby ValindaBolton » 11 Feb 2012 13:24

During my intense studies of lucid dreaming, I found that part of the emotional training involved fear. You see, the reason one goes through emotional training is because there are a great number of ways we defeat judgment. Your experience demonstrated that you have many things to overcome. The goal of the training to someday reach a state of judgment.


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